|06-30-2012 01:55 PM|
|06-30-2012 11:08 AM|
rear passenger window??
so my boss has been looking for a sliding glass window for his 2008 jk 2dr for the rear passenger windows...has anyone ever seen this done or something similiar to it if so it would be much appreciated if ya helped us out on trying to find something that would work for him thanks guys
|08-26-2010 11:09 PM|
|KevinTheMick||I like the idea w/ the hose clamps. I drive around w/ it up if Im going camping, or throw my bike in the back. My main concern was going over a bump and smashing it, but it looks like this may solve the problem.|
|08-26-2010 05:43 PM|
|castorj29||take it off or keep it closed.....no real need to keep it opened. your just asking for trouble if you keep it open.....do the math!!!...........lol|
|08-26-2010 02:01 PM|
|yj-genral||ive never taken the glass out but i have ridden with the glass up several times, one of those times was offroad following more capable rigs around and watching them on the hard stuff. not once did it ever come down to even get near the tire and/or middle brake light. granted it probably wasnt all that good on the shocks but didnt hurt them. and at highway speeds it also has no effects. and not once did i get sleepy but as stated earlier (almost a year ago... dang zombie thread ) fumes arent going to be a problem and more than likely you will have windows down anyways.|
|08-26-2010 12:44 PM|
I do it all the time considering I don't have A/C. Leave the front windows open or at least half open. As for protecting the support arms from wear - I did this.
|08-26-2010 12:38 PM|
I was just wondering about taking out the rear glass. And running that.
Anyone do this?
Looks like 4 bolts holding the rear window in.
|05-26-2009 05:32 PM|
|05-26-2009 05:17 PM|
I just bought my 2009 Jeep Unlimited last week. I had wanted a softtop, but now that I have the freedom top it is great. I would like to modify the rear windows to pop on & off for when I am using the jeep on the ranch. Has anyone done this modification or have any thoughts/issues?
|05-13-2009 05:55 PM|
|05-13-2009 01:46 PM|
|jk'n||^^ No soft tops don't get fumed. They are careful to say in the OM though that if the rear is opened, that the fronts should be also or you could get fumed.|
|05-13-2009 01:15 PM|
It is not going to suck in any fumes as you will most likely have all of the windows down too. During the last heat wave I saw a few JK's riding with the rear window up.
Do soft top owners get fumed when they remove their rear windows?
|05-12-2009 01:13 PM|
|keneds||I work in the hood.....another reason for the hardtop. I would love to have a soft top.|
|05-12-2009 10:10 AM|
Now why would I do that? LOL!
I have a soft top I switch out in the summer but I often think how cool it would be if they would have designed the freedom top with removeable side and rear windows. To be able to pop off the lids AND the windows, that would be great.
|05-12-2009 08:17 AM|
|05-12-2009 07:28 AM|
|AndyLA||Just take the tops off and you will be fine....... Why would you drive with the rear window open?|
|05-12-2009 12:58 AM|
|donnie||I wouldnt do it because of the exaust factor and if you hit a bump wrong, the window would be history.|
|05-11-2009 11:37 PM|
|Jp90Talon||IMO it is a good way to wear out the support shocks and its just one big gust of wind from slamming down and shattering.|
|05-11-2009 11:06 PM|
|N39-W120||Only if you want to go to sleep.... forever|
|05-11-2009 10:58 PM|
|iamagolfspaz||Probably suck in exhaust fumes. Your getting sleepy...very sleepy.|
|05-11-2009 10:26 PM|
Hardtop rear window / Your opinion
Do you drive around with the rear tailgate window open? Or is it a bad move?